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Located in southeastern Louisiana, it straddles the Mississippi River. The city is named after Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans, Regent of France, and is well known for its distinct Spanish architecture, as well as its cross cultural and multilingual heritage. New Orleans is famous for its cuisine, music (particularly as the birthplace of jazz), and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras.

Population: 336644
Local Newspapers: The Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints (NFL) New Orleans Pelicans (NBA)
Local Colleges: Tulane University Loyola University New Orleans

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New Orleans News
ABC News releases documentary on the Up Stairs Lounge fire

As New Orleans prepares for the 45th anniversary of the Up Stairs Lounge fire , ABC News has released Prejudice & Pride: Fire at the UpStairs Lounge , a half-hour documentary about the event . Several events commemorating the Up Stairs Lounge will take place over the next few weeks.

Cocktail of the Month: The Grasshopper

June is here and green is all around - the grass, the trees, the parks, the grasshoppers a and maybe your cocktail, too. One of the most well-known green tipples is the Grasshopper.

Planner John Fregonese remembered for his impact on Baton Rouge

Portland, Oregon-based planner John Fregonese-who spearheaded multiple planning projects in Baton Rouge during Mayor Kip Holden's administration, including the FuturEBR master plan in 2011-died earlier this week following a brief illness. He was 66. Fregonese, who had family ties to New Orleans and frequently visited the state as a child, first came to the area professionally in the mid-2000s in wake of Hurricane Katrina, when the Center for Planning Excellence hired him to create a regional master plan, Louisiana Speaks.

Former Galatoire's executive chef hired to oversee Hotel Bennett's signature restaurant

A New Orleans chef who was booted from the 11th season of "Top Chef " after failing to impress Tom Colicchio with his interpretation of risotto will join the Hotel Bennett as its signature restaurant's executive chef. The hotel, scheduled to open later this year alongside Marion Square, has not yet revealed its main restaurant's name or theme.

Alabama balks at funding for restored coastal Amtrak service

Alabama is balking at pledging money to help restart passenger train service along the northern Gulf Coast for the first time since Hurricane Katrina. Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi have to commit almost $35 million total over three years by Thursday to be eligible for the same amount in federal funds that would let Amtrak trains run from New Orleans eastward to Mobile, Alabama.

Brazilian pleads guilty in Louisiana identity theft scheme

Federal prosecutors say a 29-year-old Brazilian citizen has pleaded guilty in New Orleans in connection with an identity theft scheme involving credit card skimmers. A Tuesday news release from the U.S. Attorney's office says Andre Lion Goncalves Pereira pleaded guilty last week to aggravated identity theft.

Immigration policy, Kim Jong Un talks Trump and more things to know Wednesday

The sights and sounds of children being ripped from their parents by government officials remain a national focal point Wednesday as the Trump administration continues to enforce its "zero-tolerance" policy toward illegal immigration. President Donald Trump's policy, announced in April, requires criminal charges for adults caught crossing the border without using a legal port of entry.

Teen Tech Center opens at New Orleans Main Library

Best Buy has teamed up with New Orleans Main Library downtown for a new addition that will hopefully inspire teens in the area. In the new tech center, teens can learn about music production, audio editing, the creation of art, photography and video editing, animation and design for interactive poetry, and 3D-object design, among other things.

Jury selection bias means new trial in suit against troopers

A federal judge says a black Indiana man who sued four Louisiana state troopers after being handcuffed and detained during a trip to New Orleans is entitled to have his case tried again because of racial discrimination in jury selection. Lyle Dotson claimed he was illegally assaulted and detained by a group of troopers when he was visiting the French Quarter in 2015.

Mosquitoes collected from traps in Orleans Parish tested positive for the virus. Source: Raycom

LaToya Cantrell's office held a press conference Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. to address the virus found in the insects. Dr. Sarah Michaels with The New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board said that abatement procedures are underway, but residents need to take action themselves by emptying septic tanks and making sure there is no standing water on their property.

NOMA to screen series by Spanish women filmmakers

If you happened to be at City Park this past weekend, you might have caught the king and queen of Spain doing the wave-and-smile bit from the front steps of New Orleans Museum of Art. The museum further celebrates connections to Spanish culture with a four-part contemporary film series by Spanish women filmmakers.

Commentary: Senator Soundbite

U.S. Sen. John Neely Kennedy has become the darling of the Washington press corps for his colorful turns of phrase. They are captivated by his faux-homespun utterances, such as his absurdly ubiquitous, "I'd rather drink weed killer" than support the Affordable Care Act.

Man shot on Thalia Street; woman assaulted in Baronne Street home by ex-boyfriend, police say

A man was injured in a shooting on Thalia Street, and a woman was beaten unconscious by her ex-boyfriend on Baronne Street, according to New Orleans police weekend crime reports. Shortly before 10:30 p.m. Friday, June 15, a 20-year-old man was standing on a porch in the 2400 block of Thalia Street "when a gray sedan pulled up and an unknown subject fired three shots from the back passenger window," according to the initial NOPD report in that case.

Summer screenings: where to catch a flick in New Orleans

During summer in New Orleans, it's almost too hot to move - which makes that classic summer entertainment, a movie screening, twice as appealing. Local venues usually offer a smorgasbord of film screenings during the summer, and this year is no exception.

Scoop: Coming Up On Ncis: New Orleans on CBS - Tuesday, July 10, 2018

On the episode "Mirror Mirror" - After Rita Deveraux tells Pride that Douglas Hamilton is about to make a deal to get out of prison, Pride and the team rehash the Clearwater case in hopes of locating his mystery partner and spoiling his bargaining chip, on a rebroadcast of NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, July 10 on the CBS Television Network. Stacy Keach guest stars as Cassius Pride.

Only in New Orleans: Streetcar driver gets down on Second Line Sunday

When the Perfect Gentlemen Father's Day second line reached the St. Charles streetcar line Sunday afternoon, not even the RTA driver could stop himself from joining in the fun.

10 pools to check out in New Orleans this summer

Ace Hotel New Orleans 600 Carondelet St., 900-1180; www.acehotel.com/neworleans The pool area has lots of lounge chairs on the deck, a cocktail ledge in the pool and is attached to Alto, which serves lunch, dinner and drinks poolside. Pool access is free Monday-Thursday with no food or drink minimum purchase.

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